[linux-audio-user] alsa problem
pepe-e at pepe-e.com
Sun Jul 18 21:26:05 EDT 2004
oh, man... i just noticed that the card doesn't receive any singnal what
so ever on this box (my laptop, on which i'm trying to get it work)....
on my main computer i actually got the card to make sound. wohoo! it
seems there's something wrong with usb configuration on my lappy then..
or something. sorry for wasting your time..
> thank you for your reply!
> how do i know if the firmware is properly loaded? (well... apparently
> it isn't.....)
> i tried to run the usx2yloader: "no US-X2Y-compatible cards found".
> i'm afraid that this is way over my understanding.
> i installed all of the alsa stuff but the page doesn't mention anythin
> about fxload. what is it?
> i'm really glueless...
> Rui Nuno Capela wrote:
>> Have you checked that the firmware is being properly loaded? The us-x2y
>> (us-122 in your case) device has two startup stage steps: the first step
>> loads the firmware, the second loads a fpga program into device ram,
>> Those steps are contiguous and should commanded by the alsa/hotplug
>> binding scripts. Most important then, you need fxload, alsa-tools and
>> alsa-firmware packages correctly installed.
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